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Science Communication: Advice for Early Career Researchers

How can researchers successfully engage with policy making processes? We explored this question in a professional development workshop for early career researchers from the Responsibility in Science, Engineering ...

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Planets to policy: thoughts on learning from astronomical citizen science

Professor Chris Lintott introduces the Zooniverse citizen science platform and its project Planet Hunters, a model which enabled the public to discover new exoplanets whilst showcasing how citizen ...

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The Roots of Morality and Altruism: Theories from Social Psychology

"Why are we so polarized? Why can't people agree?" We heard from Dr Simone Schnall about her work in social psychology which has explored the unconscious factors influencing ...

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International Health and Human Rights: Being Heard Professional Development Series

In the world of international health and human rights, how do we examine and determine what is the “best” policy or set of policies? How do we ensure ...

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Genomic Engineering - Technologies, Applications and Regulation

In the autumn of 2020, members of the CSaP Policy Leaders Fellowship gathered to hear from experts working at the cutting edge of genome editing research, with the ...